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Tournament proceeds to aid families

by Zach Beaird, Staff Reporter Students put their game-face on for charity at Alpha Epsilon Delta’s sand volleyball tournament Saturday.  Tech’s chapter of the national health pre-professional honor society hosted…

TOP?DAWG ideas pitched, dog device ranked No. 1

by Haley Kraemer, Staff Reporter Students of all majors pitched their innovative product or service ideas built around a business plan last Thursday at the TOP DAWG Idea Pitch sponsored…

Diwali Nite successful with newly elected AIS?officers

by Zach Beaird, Staff Reporter In celebration of Indian culture, the Association of Indian Students held Diwali Nite Saturday in the Student Center, Main floor.  More than 200 students, faculty…

Children with learning disabilities aided through education grant

by Sherelle Black, Staff Reporter Rebecca Smith, an associate professor of education, with the help of an extended grant from the Department of Education, is reaching out for the third…

The Band Perry revealed

by Amy Olita, Editor Brothers Reid and Neil Perry, two-thirds of The Band Perry, gave me an insider’s guide to the group’s creative process and their newly released self-titled album. …

‘Passion Play’ pleases through pages

by Kathleen Duncan, Senior News Editor I wasn’t expecting much when I picked up Beth Bernobich’s debut novel and first in her series, “Passion Play,” last week. I finished it…

Harper Hall hosts first student art show

by Naomi Allison, Staff Reporter More than 90 people gathered as Harper Hall Director Rachel Boguille and artist Russell Pirkle collaborated to present Harper Hall’s first Student Art Show, which…

‘Due Date’ stars fail to hide film’s flaws

by Robert Wilson, Associate Managing Editor Following in the same vein as Steve Martin and John Candy’s buddy-comedy “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” and the classic pairing of David Spade and…

Edmondson performs, receives rave reviews

by Naomi Allison, Staff Reporter When country crooner Bleu Edmondson first stepped onto the stage at Dawghouse Sports Bar and Grill dressed in a bright red hat, black Adidas jacket,…

The changing of the guard

by Amy Olita, Editor What happens now? This is a fairly simple question, yet such a loaded one and something many of us will be asking ourselves as we walk…